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GSM, CDMA, WCDMA and LTE are all mobile network connections used for acquiring aGPS data. So if your device has a standalone or hybrid GPS as well, you can use GPS without any problems (meaning as long as there is satellite reception). With aGPS your time-to-first-fix (TTFF) is much quicker, especially if its been awhile since last using GPS. So to answer ...
AGPS uses not only GPS satellites, but also nearby cell towers and Wi-Fi networks to lock onto your phones location, so your location should be more accurate.
My question is: How can I make my phone to pick up signals from those satellites without connecting to internet and end this nightmare? GPS works by getting a fix on your location with the satellites whereas the Internet connection is used to download the map data associated with the particular area you're in. Give this answer on Stack Overflow a ...
Download an app from the play store called Psiphon: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.psiphon3&hl=en_GB It allows you to create a vpn, connect to the US one. If it still doesn't work, you can try several other steps: Changing the locale of your device Turn off location all together (easier than GPS spoofing) Change your home address ...
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